Keith Hill celebrates three years back in charge at Rochdale this weekend and has thanked the board for their faith in him ahead of this Saturday’s trip to his former club Barnsley.
Wigan began the New Year with a hard fought point at Scunthorpe to come out of the festive period unbeaten and in fifth position in SkyBet League One.
Latics’ have not won in four games in all competitions and are in danger of slipping out of the play-off positions before the New Year if they are not careful
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell looks set to shuffle his pack for the upcoming match with Blackpool in SkyBet League One.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell was left bitterly disappointed after his side missed the chance of another trip to Wembley, losing to Barnsley in the northern area semi-final of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy.
Wigan manager Gary Caldwell is delighted that the decision was taken to play their Johnstone’s Paint area semi-final against Barnsley on Saturday at 3pm.
Oldham head into Saturday’s trip to bottom side Crewe Alexandra with an unfamiliar favourites tag on their shoulders, and David Dunn is keen to win back the fans’ affections after back-to-back home defeats.
David Dunn was left ruing another poor start as Barnsley ended a run of eight straight defeats with victory at Boundary Park.
Having beaten both Chesterfield and Mansfield in the space of a week, manager David Dunn says Oldham will not be complacent ahead of hosting luckless Barnsley this weekend.
Rochdale and Bury may be perennial strugglers in The Football League’s lower reaches but that’s not to say they haven’t contested some exciting affairs.
Rochdale manager Keith Hill is in no doubt that his team will bounce back tomorrow when they entertain Scunthorpe United at Spotland.